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Old 05-01-2007, 04:47 PM   #81
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You've watched too much CSI. It must be that easy, "getting the gun or a specimen". What if the evidence is tainted or the suspect got rid of it? How will you tell the lady who was just raped that "yea we were chasing him but we didn't want to hurt him so we let him go, sorry".
if i'm not mistaken 20 year old Bryan Walsh of motohouston.com was killed last Wed. while supposedlly running from the police, i'm sure for some hanus crime like rape or murder. maybe you should share your views on police persuite policies with his mother and father.
 
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if i'm not mistaken 20 year old Bryan Walsh of motohouston.com was killed last Wed. while supposedlly running from the police, i'm sure for some hanus crime like rape or murder. maybe you should share your views on police persuite policies with his mother and father.
The cops ran him off the road? What happened?
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The cops ran him off the road? What happened?
i'm not sure if its true but i heard from a few people it was a group running from the cops. might be bs though, you know how people like to spice stories up. i heard he cliped the front of a semi while running.
 
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"if i'm not mistaken 20 year old Bryan Walsh of motohouston.com was killed last Wed. while supposedlly running from the police, i'm sure for some hanus crime like rape or murder. maybe you should share your views on police persuite policies with his mother and father."

Perhaps someone should discuss the basic concepts of accepting responsibility for one's own actions.

Based on the information provided... Bryan chose to break the speed limit, chose to 'run' instead of pulling over. Bryan hit the truck/rig as a results of his choices/actions... The 'Cops' didn't do it.
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I like how the same guys are choosing to act like VICTIMS for crimes they COMMITTED. Its kinda like the story I heard of a burglar sueing a homeowner because she left a knife on the island below the skylight and he fell while breaking in and cut himself. How the can he sue her while committing a crime. But thoughts like these how the cops are wrong when someone gets hurt trying to evade them, causes stupid stuff like the burglar getting rewarded for breaking the law. I wonder why the government has to pass laws like this?
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"if i'm not mistaken 20 year old Bryan Walsh of motohouston.com was killed last Wed. while supposedlly running from the police, i'm sure for some hanus crime like rape or murder. maybe you should share your views on police persuite policies with his mother and father."

Perhaps someone should discuss the basic concepts of accepting responsibility for one's own actions.

Based on the information provided... Bryan chose to break the speed limit, chose to 'run' instead of pulling over. Bryan hit the truck/rig as a results of his choices/actions... The 'Cops' didn't do it.
and thousands of Jews wouldn't have died had Hitler not ordered it. whats your point?

plain and simple...if the cops wouldn't have been on his tail, there would have been no pressure to run wrecklessly going 100+mph endangering innocent bystanders and himself.
 
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and thousands of Jews wouldn't have died had Hitler not ordered it. whats your point?

if the cops wouldn't have been on his tail, there would have been no pressure to run and wrecklessly going 100+mph endangering innocent bystanders.
wow dude...seriously, how dumb does that sound when you read that back to yourself? No pressure to run? what the f.uck????? No one is pressured to run, they choose to entirely on their own!!
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wow dude...seriously, how dumb does that sound when you read that back to yourself? No pressure to run? what the f.uck????? No one is pressured to run, they choose to entirely on their own!!
+1 [was just thinking the same thing - I'm like, 'huh?']
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and thousands of Jews wouldn't have died had Hitler not ordered it. whats your point?
if the cops wouldn't have been on his tail, there would have been no pressure to run and wrecklessly going 100+mph endangering innocent bystanders."

WAKE up...why do you 'think' the cops tried to pull them over in the first place...because they were wearing white after labor day?

Your comment displays an issue with the basic concept of cause and effect.
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and thousands of Jews wouldn't have died had Hitler not ordered it. whats your point?
if the cops wouldn't have been on his tail, there would have been no pressure to run and recklessly going 100+mph endangering innocent bystanders."

WAKE up...why do you 'think' the cops tried to pull them over in the first place...because they were wearing white after labor day? Your comment displays an issue with the basic concept of cause and effect.

LMAO!!!:laughing6

zero, gixxerbill, et al;

Stop trying to blame the cop for doing his job just because YOU want to break the law.

I can see it now, by your way of thinking if I want to rob banks, lets make it where it's legal to do so, that way I won't get in trouble doing it.....

Also, from what I understand, Bryan was not evading anyone, just riding too fast.

zero, how about another scenario?

A police officer has to apologize to a family that their father was killed by a recklessly speeding motorcyclist, which the officer DID NOT pursue because it was his departments policy not to. Several miles up the road the motorcyclist lost control of his bike and rammed a car in the drivers door, instantly killing the driver.
The family man who died HAD NO decision in the matter, the idiot speeding did.

FWIW, that's a true story of a good friend of mine, Glenn Taylor, a father of 2, that happened in N.O., almost 15 years ago.
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i think the reasoning behind NOT chasing a speeding motorist is that when there are no longer cops behind him he will then slow down and not endanger other lives.
kinda like run away from a fight today to live to fight another day
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i think the reasoning behind NOT chasing a speeding motorist is that when there are no longer cops behind him he will then slow down and not endanger other lives.
kinda like run away from a fight today to live to fight another day
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I think the reasoning behind chasing the person is because they broke the law and are already endangering lives... kind of like if you do wrong there will be consequences.
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i think the reasoning behind NOT chasing a speeding motorist is that when there are no longer cops behind him he will then slow down and not endanger other lives.
kinda like run away from a fight today to live to fight another day
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Michael, look at what you wrote, "chasing a speeding motorist".

If he wasn't speeding in the first place why chase him?
If he is speeding why would he slow down?

The logic is flawed.
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[sarcasm] You know you're right, I ought to just get out my rifles, go on down to the Piggly Wiggly and then start shooting at people I don't like the look of.
After that I'll start looking up the addresses of the people online that I don't like, and I'll start shooting them too. Maybe I'll finish it up by blowing up a few things, seems a little too quiet around here lately.[/sarcasm]

I wonder if you'll let me use that brilliant response as part of my defense at my trial.:laughing6
that means i would get shot.

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ahem ex offender and even i can't find a reason for them to not pass this law. if you don't want to be ****ed with don't run. that's pretty simple.
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wow dude...seriously, how dumb does that sound when you read that back to yourself? No pressure to run? what the f.uck????? No one is pressured to run, they choose to entirely on their own!!
no pressure, well say he was going 80 in a 45. any traffic violation accept for like 2 are arrestable and maybe he couldn't afford the ticket or the jail time. no matter what the fvck anyone says, had that cop not attempted to persue Bryan, he would most likely be here today. plain and fvcking simple. he would have seen the lights and once they disappeared slowed down. if someone is going 75 in a 70 and they don't stop for a cop, big goddam.n deal. if it bothers the lawdog that bad, investigate the evedence he should have obtained in the video of the attempted stop and build a case. say the cop did catch one of the riders, then what. all that does is make it a little easier for the DA to get a conviction and a lot harder for the runner to get out off and i would bet 10 to 1 the speeding ticket the person was originally running from would never even end in a conviction. but , i guess L.A., the most populated city in the nation, passed a no chase policy just for shyts and giggles, huh.
 
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No, they passed it because they are more in favor of criminals rights than law abiding citizens.

So now, if I live in L.A., I can rape / rob someone, jump on my bike and I know I can get away because they're not allowed to chase me.

Sounds like reasonable logic is being used in L.A. to me....:confused1 :confused2
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